Like This Needs to Be Said:
I am often frustrated with Americans. I feel like we typically put the em-PHASS-is on the wrong syl-LAB-ble. We've got all kinds of problems and yet, from listening to or watching any kind of media, you'd think the only thing happening in the whole entire world was "Tom-Kat's wedding." Gag. Who wants to start a betting pool on number of months they'll be married? But I digress.
For once, I am proud of the American people. Or proud of someone remotely related to someone in America somewhere. Because a book called "If I Did It, Here's How" or something equally ludicrous is just about the cheapest shot I've ever seen a publisher take. And according to a book I'm reading, Judith Regan in considered both the "most feared and most powerful woman in publishing." And somebody has finally shut her down.
I don't know much about the publishing industry, and I don't even know exactly who said, "This is really inappropriate and in extremely poor taste," but I would like to buy him or her a drink. Or several.
And also, I'm sorry this post sucks. Too much turkey and too much red wine makes Teacher Lady a really crappy blogger. Plus, just in case I needed another excuse, NaBloPoMo is really starting to fry all my synapses.
Hope you all had a save and healthy Thanksgiving.